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Being Black in America (in the '90s) / Sonia Sanchez

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Being Black in America (in the '90s) / Sonia Sanchez

Published February 14, 1992

Sonia Sanchez, teacher poet, essayist, dramatist, and storyteller, delivers two short talks for Black women students: "Development of Social Values and the Birth of a Poet" and "Women in Search of Truth" at the first annual meeting of Associated Women Students Commission (AWSC) of Cal State Long Beach. The talk is introduced by Ujean Uwaymah[sp?] and Sanchez is introduced by Diana Sanchez, student president of the AWSC. On this tape, Sanchez reads from her paper "Social Ethics and Personal Relations," with occasional breaks into stories from her own life.

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Contributor Pacifica Radio Archives


PRA Archive #IZ1280A


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